Stieg Larsson's "Millennium" trilogy is pretty much the hottest thing out there right now. I'd say it even beats that curious mountain gnome who wandered into a tanning salon and then landed on MTV. (Snooki. I'm talking about Snooki.)
The second film adapted from Larsson's trilogy, "The Girl Who Played With Fire," is debuting this weekend at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. It follows the old duo " the investigative reporter who seems to attract a peculiar number of women, and the misfit genius with a love of Goth makeup " as they track down yet another conspiracy of lady-haters. And I'm pretty sure there's some fire involved with this one, but I'm still only about 100 pages in, so I could be wrong. (I'm not.)
The museum is showing the film Thursday through Sunday, but I've heard that tickets are going fast, so buy yours early online. Oh, and seeing as this is a Swedish movie, there are subtitles, so bring your reading glasses.
This'll help you get ready for the language you'll hear: